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All Eight Spider-Man Movies Are Being Released In One Glorious Set

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All Eight Spider-Man Movies Are Being Released In One Glorious Set

The world is definitely caught up in a bit of a Spider-Man moment at the minute, isn’t it? Understandably so, of course - No Way Home is doing phenomenally well in cinemas, in fact, it’s already overtaken Titanic’s box office figures, and it seems it’s only a matter of time before it reaches the same heights as Infinity War, too. 


Well anyway, what’s better than one Spider-Man movie? The simple answer is all of them, and in a new collection released on the Microsoft store, you can get exactly that. In case you need a quick recap, that includes the original Spider-Man trilogy starring Tobey Maguire, The Amazing Spider-Man 1 and 2 with Andrew Garfield, and finally, all three of Tom Holland’s movies - Homecoming, Far From Home, and No Way Home too. 

While you're here, be sure to check out our interview with No Way Home star Tom Holland below.



As you’d expect, No Way Home isn’t actually available to stream yet, despite it being part of the collection (unfortunately not giving those of us who haven’t had the chance to get down to the cinema yet an easy way out). There’s no date on that at the minute, either, but rest assured that if you buy the collection now, the latest movie will find its way into your library as soon as it becomes available.

It’s not known at the moment if there’ll be a physical release of the collection - currently, it’s only available digitally. The bundle is priced at $59.99 (grab it here), regardless of whether you choose to buy it in standard, high, or ultra high definition. Comparatively, each individual movie costs $14.99, so assuming No Way Home is priced the same, it’d cost almost double to buy them separately, so you’re getting a good deal.

If you’ve not seen the latest Spidey movie yet, and somehow, aren’t sold on it yet, be sure to check out our review - Ewan Moore describes it as “the cinematic equivalent of a hyperactive kid tipping all their action figures onto the bed and smashing them together for a few hours”. You don’t want to miss it. 

Featured Image Credit: Sony, Marvel

Topics: Spider Man, Marvel, TV And Film

Catherine Lewis
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